International Tax Planning and Reporting for the Global Citizen

   April 6, 2016

Uncover the tax rules needed for individuals who live and work in multiple countries.

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The People Factor in Cyber Breach: Three Key Elements for Building an Effective Human Firewall

   April 1, 2016

Without a change in perspective, we risk losing the cyber war being waged on businesses by sophisticated nation states and criminal organizations. Traditional approaches to evaluating risks and controls are insufficient to prevent cyber-attacks. Risk assessments focusing on the people, processes and technology overemphasize the information technology organization.

Stock Options – To Qualify or Not To Qualify

   April 1, 2016

Compensation packages often include stock options, which are used to reward, incentivize and retain key employees. There are two types of stock options that can be granted – Qualified Stock Options, also called Incentive Stock Options (ISO), and Non-Qualified Stock Options (NQSO). The major difference between ISOs and NQSOs is their tax treatment.

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Why Am I Counting On New Year’s Eve?

   April 1, 2016

I think back on the many New Year’s Eves I have spent counting inventory throughout the Northeast. As difficult as it was for me as an auditor, it was at least as challenging for my clients.

Alternatively Speaking: Taking another look at your investment strategy

   April 1, 2016

In recent years, retirement plan sponsors have searched for ways to increase performance, while still maintaining a risk-averse strategy. Many are looking beyond traditional stocks, bonds and mutual funds, and taking a closer look at so called “alternative investments” including hedge funds, private equity offerings, real estate investment trusts, currency funds, oil and gas and real estate limited partnerships, and limited liability companies (LLCs).

The Three BEs of Billing Success

   April 1, 2016

Service professionals wear many hats: technicians, teachers, mentors, advocates, arbitrators, counselors, speakers, writers, salespeople and, let us not forget, bill collectors. For many of us, the latter can be one of our most dreaded roles.